The HCC Diploma in Arboriculture

If you work with trees, this course could help you climb higher in your career

This course is ideal if you are planning a change of career or as continuing professional development if you are already employed in the industry. The focus is on providing a comprehensive knowledge of trees at senior technician/management level – from plant biology, health and maintenance to woodland management, environmental issues and legislation. This course can provide a route into employment in arboriculture, enable career advancement into a supervisory role or act as a basis for higher level training eg for a foundation degree or HND studies. There is no examination to take with this course.

  • A senior technician/management level course that gives an extensive and in-depth understanding of arboriculture
  • Flexible home-study learning so you can fit your learning around your work and life
  • Quality course material and excellent tutor support – to help you achieve your goals
  • On successful completion you will receive an HCC Diploma
  • Suitable for arboricultural professionals and amateurs
  • No previous experience needed

How the course works

Your first set of course materials will be sent to you when you enrol. You can start as soon as you want and progress through the course at your own pace, studying when and where you choose.

This flexibility makes it easy to fit learning around work and family commitments.

The extensive course materials have been developed by arboriculture experts and are clear and straightforward, so your studying is easy and enjoyable. As you complete each lesson, your tutor will promptly return your marked assignment with constructive feedback and guidance. (You can also contact your tutor or the support team for help at any point during your studies.)

The course includes all the required study materials.

There is no formal examination. On successful completion you will be awarded an HCC Diploma. You have 2 years to complete the course.

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